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Hiperinsulinemia (y resistencia a la insulina)

Las causas físicas, biológicas y epidemiológicas que vinculan la hiperinsulinemia con la enfermedad metabólica y vascular. Fisiopatología y diagnóstico de la hiperinsulinemia.
Autor: Catherine A.P Crofts1, Caryn Zinn1, Mark C Wheldon, Grant M Schofield Fuente: Diabesity 2015; 1(4): 34-43.  A unifying theory of hyperinsulinemia
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